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we're the party of franklin roosevelt. who saved freedom. and democracy from being extinguished. >> i admire margaret sanger enormously. i am really in awe of her. there are a lot of lessons that we can learn from her life. >> am i the only one appalled that history is being written and rewritten right in front of us? if you want to restore the country, you must take it upon yourself to learn and relearn history. restore our history. and restore our country. ♪ ♪
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hello, everyone. welcome to the glenn beck program. i'm judge andrew napolitano in for glenn. tonight is part three of a five-day special series to get you caught up on what glenn has been covering on the program this year. monday night, we brought you the crash course on the fundamental transformation of our economy. and last night, we showed you the radicals surrounding our president to help him with the transformation. tonight's show features the history lessons you weren't taught in school. and ones your children will never likely learn either. as you know, glenn has made it his mission to do whatever he can to help restore this great nation and the way he believes we can take this country back is through education and restoring history. much of u.s. history has been distorted or forgotten or erased. time to reverse that. i'm joined here tonight by a special friend of the show burton folsom junior, author of the great book "new deal,
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raw deal." it's about the disastrous economic policies of f.d.r. most people think the new deal was a great deal for america. because that's what we were all taught in school. professor folsom is going to share some of his thoughts on the revisionist history we're going to show you tonight and throughout this program. so sit back and join us as we take a trip back in time to set history straight for our future. >> i've seen a lot of things in my life. i'm an alcoholic. trust me. i have stories. but the one thing that has shocked me more than anything else is reading history. reading history. you will start to read history. and if you as jefferson said question with boldness even the very existence of god, if you really start to question and you start to read, you will start to slip in to a zone where you think okay, wait a minute, one of these is really wrong. you've been taught one lie, i
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think, your whole life. as i started my search for answers, through book after book after book. it became apparent that the history we're being taught isn't always right or most times it just isn't the complete history so it makes it entirely inaccurate. sometimes it's because of, you know, somebody who is lazy, or a lazy media that didn't care to find the real answers. sometimes it's because people do see things through a different prism. that's why you could have two people to witness a car accident but they will say something else, something different. each of them. that is natural. but the problems that we have with our history many times is malicious progressive intent. progressives have been changing history for about 100 years. they knew they had to separate us from our history to be able to separate us from our constitution and god. when you look at the complete pictures of some of the most
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revered figures in history, if you look at the complete picture, you're shocked. every time we do this -- how many have seen the founding fridays? okay, you watch them. how many of you have looked at an episode and been a little hacked off at the end because you're like wait a minute, that is kind of an important piece of history. you have? you watched it? yeah. our history is being stolen from us. i saw a poll that came out, i don't know a week or two ago about the best president's in history of america. f.d.r., number one. in the top ten always. wilson. wilson and f.d.r., they did more to destroy the constitution than practically any other president or all other presidents -- present president excluded --
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combined. f.d.r., wilson, both used emergency and war to justify just running around the constitution. f.d.r. ran for a third and fourth term. there is a reason constituted issued term limits for the president after f.d.r. died. they didn't want him to happen again. we were never taught about woodrow wilson. woodrow wilson was a racist of the first order. this guy was a spooky, spooky dude. he subverted the constitution. he locked people up. he invented propaganda. i mean state sponsored propaganda. he was the man the goebbels learned it from. >> do you agree with what we just heard? didn't f.d.r. and woodrow wilson do irreparable damage to the constitution? >> indeed they did. even if we put aside president wilson and the
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espionage act and the sedition act and how he put people in jail for disagreeing with him in world war i. how newspapers were shut down. some never reopen toed. we had people in jail never let out of jail even after the war was over. even if we put that aside, we see f.d.r. and wilson interfering with the liberty of contract that the constitution gives out. >> why weren't we taught about this stuff in schools? why do we have to learn it now? >> i think most historians like the intervention that the government did. they like the power and they feel the freedom the constitution gives to people to set contractual rights for wages, for hours of work. it should be interfered with by the government. >> the government knows best. >> the government knows best. >> okay. now look at the comparisons that glenn made between f.d.r. and the current progressive in power, president obama. >> glenn: president obama was
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heralded as the new f.d.r. he has run that pattern since the day he got in office. i think he's more like woodrow wilson. but they're both spooky enough for most people once you know who they were. there is a critical difference between f.d.r. and obama. there were no big government programs before f.d.r. i should say there was one that started right before with hoover. but debt wasn't a problem. it wasn't even on the radar when we started the massive expansion of government. our grandparents didn't have debt like they do now. they didn't have credit cards. f.d.r. spent and spent and spent and spent. but he did one something that obama hasn't done. he put an engine, much to his chagrin. i don't think he intended on doing this. he put an engine in the car. f.d.r. just wanted public control of everything, including energy. gee, that sounds familiar. in 1932, he said electricity is no longer a luxury. it's a definite necessity. he publicly attacked utility
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companies calling them evil in his 1935 "state of the union" speech. the same year his federal power act, federal power act gave government the authority to review and approve the rate charged by public utilities in connection with the transmission or sale of electricity. wow. that whole thing sounds like what they're trying to do to the internet now. hmm. well, we're talking about what they're trying to do about energy. i get them all so confused. also created the tennessee valley authority. massive debacle that was originally created to stop frequent flooding in tennessee. ronald reagan talked about this. the annual interest on the debt was five times as great as the flood damage it sought to correct. but they did it anyway. no big deal. by the way, every country that tried to model the tva failed miserably. f.d.r. squashed industry. the number of private utilities plummeted from 216 in 1938 to only 18 by 1958.
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so far, you don't see a difference between barack obama and f.d.r. on this one, do you? this is all about redistribution of wealth with him as well. the only reason it was stopped, though, because he eventually -- he had been in office for like 5,000 years. he's old. he went away. okay? they reversed a lot of the things he did. in the end, however, much to his chagrin, he was going for cheap and available energy and we got it. f.d.r. tried to create more energy. would allow you to take care of that energy and take advantage of it as the united states of america. we could build refrigerators and radios and milk coolers as they called them. washing machines. all items that became common place after his work projects. despite f.d.r.'s onslaught of big government projects, despite the unbelievable socialist nature and the average small business, he was putting through a meat grinder, once they took their boot off of that throat, and all the government crap was
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gone, you still had cheap energy. what is the nightmare of obese government went away, the ingenuity was ready to create. the current administration's goal is not provide cheap energy in the end, but expensive energy. f.d.r. decides to make the union stronger. sound familiar? regulate price controls, interfere with business. pay higher wages than the amount of productivity justified. obama, he's completely different. he says seiu's life work, his work. obama has fired the ceo of company taking control of the auto makers, banks, you name it. he is coming for you. f.d.r. decided he was going to revive the economy with massive government spending. more spending. it's like stimulus. and stimulus two. he went with new entitlements with the new deal. that's weird. this is what obama is doing.
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reviving the economy with massive government spending and expansion of entitlements. stimulus one, two, three, are we up to four yet? do i hear five? we had cash for caulkers. cash for clunkers. we have healthcare. financial reform. takeover of the student loan industry. oh, it's fantastic. so how do the stories end? well, unemployment remain unresponsive. weird. weird. through the new deal and the new deal two. obama? unemployment has gone up. stayed there. flatlining. that's weird. f.d.r. blamed hoover for the economic problems. obama blaming bush for the mess that he has to mop up. >> what are some of the comparisons between president obama and his hero f.d.r.? >> the two men are very much alike. their presidencies are alike too in many ways.
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they're both redistributionists. they both want to redistribute income. take from some people, give to other people. you cannot create prosperity doing that. you can redistribute wealth and gain some votes from the people who get the money. you cannot create a prosperous economy. franklin roosevelt had 20% unemployment rate. late in to his second term his redistribution policy. >> would either of the preside presidents rather we live our lives as we want or as the federal government told us to? >> they wanted that control over our lives and they felt there was too much money that some people had, that the federal government had to take 70%, 80% and later in roosevelt's administration, 90% of that wealth to redistribute to others. >> i was giving a talk the other day and i stated the top marginal rate, the top tax rate in world war ii was 94%. you don't see any of that in the high school textbook that the government took that much people's perm wealth and private property.
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>> when the war was over the top rate as you said was 94% of all income over $200,000. in other words, at the $300,000 mark, you are giving away on your last $100,000, 94 to the federal government. you keep $6,000. no wonder we can't recover and get out of a great depression. >> you got it. now to a fascinating piece on our forgotten depression and amazing turn-around ten years prior to the new deal. have you ever heard about this? >> glenn: the year was 1920, and america was in a crisis. soldiers had returned home from world war i. to find that their jobs were gone. unemployment doubled to nearly 12%. stock market was on its way to losing half of its value. the gross national product was in freefall. outgoing president woodrow wils wilson's decision to involve america in world war i and
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progressive agenda left the country reeling. wilson used the war effort to grossly expand an already bloated federal government. and in an effort to redistribute the wealth, he raised the top income tax to 77%. the end result was a country deeply in debt with an economy that was on the verge of total collapse. this was the depression you probably never heard of. wiped clean from our history books. why? it's called the forgotten depression. more on that in a minute. another key factor in this economic nightmare was the action taken by the federal reserve. another wilson era progressive idea. as times got tougher in wilson's last term, the fed began to print money and make it easier to get credit. even as america's 29th president warren g. harding took an oath of office in 1921. the country was on the brink. he wasted no time.
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his plan was astonishingly simple. no bail-out. no stimulus package. in fact, just the opposite. >> between 1920 and '22, the federal budget was in fact cut roughly in half. they cut top marginal income tax rates and marginal income tax rates for all groups substantially throughout the '20s. after they cut marginal tax rates substantially, they were able to cut the national debt. not the deficit, the national debt by one-third during the 1920s. >> the budget was cut in half. tax rates reduced in all income brackets. the national debt reduced by one-third. in 18 months, america rebounded. the result, the roaring '20s. ♪ ♪ >> it was during the 1920s that millions of americans bought their first radio. millions of americans bought their first refrigerator, their first car.
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the number of americans who had telephone doubled. >> president harding died of a heart attack two years in his presidency. but his successor, calvin coolidge continued what he had started. >> i want people of america to be able to work less for the government and more for themselves. i want them to have their rewards of their own industry. this is the chief meaning of freedom. >> limited government, and free enterprise fuelled one of the greatest success stories in american history. again, you probably never heard of this. >> we never hear a thing about the depression of 1920 for obvious reasons. we might draw the wrong conclusions. we might conclude that maybe these policies could be implemented today. we're not allowed to draw the conclusion, so this is left off the table. what the history books can't deny is nine years later in spite of all the country had been through, progressive
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presidents, herbert hoover, f.d.r., following woodrow wilson progressive playbook bloated government, massive spending and sky high taxes led to us the brink, the great depression. by the way, in another undeniable example of progressive revisionist history, you, me, our kids have all been taught that f.d.r.'s new deal proved to be the salvation of america. nothing could be further from the truth. the new deal expanded government to levels approaching a dictatorship. taxes reached obscene levels and the era of government entitlement many of which are still choking our economy today was born. the new deal prolonged the great depression in america. as other countries around the world rebounded years earlier. america suffered through a full decade of hardship. and yet, surprisingly,
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unexplainably, it's that very solution that serves as the model for the leaders today as america once again suffers through a crisis brought on by progressive leadership. forgotten depression forgot no more. to know where you are, you've got to know your history, where we've been. up next, separation of church and state. did you know that phrase doesn't appear in any of founding documents? our founders did want to keep the state out of the church, but not the church out of the state. the truth is on the way. next.   
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welcome back to the "glenn beck program." one of the commonly misunderstood phrases is separation of church and state. our founders believed one thing and today they believe another. >> glenn: how many believe that our founders put in separation of church and state to protect the people
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from church? how many people believe it was separation of church and state meaning it was put in there as a protection from the -- of the church from state? okay. some are not sure. is there another answer than that? or you're just unsure. youee said the other way around? david? >> separation of church and state. go at it another way. number one, the phrase doesn't exist in any constitutional document, any government document. talking about a metaphor with no place in the constitution except because judges tell us it belongs there. second, the history of the phrase if you want to attach it to the first amendment, go to the bill of rights. the purpose of the bill of rights goes back to the declaration. there is a creator, inalienable rights and the government exists to protect the right.
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bill of rights exist for no other purpose than to say we have the right to practice what the creator told us we could do. >> glenn: this is really important. this will blow your mind. this is a training manual from the air force. 1954. this is unbelievable. they were convinced that the importance of the individual did not come from the state. the importance of the individual did not come from achieve or power or wealth he amassed. they knew the importance of man came from the source of his life because man was made in the image and likeness of god. he had a destiny to achieve. it's something that you have been sent here to do. not just a slub pumped out in a baby factory.
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you made a deal with a creator and he sent you to achieve something. you have purpose. because of that, he had a destiny achieved a and inelien able right -- inalienable rights and the ability to achieve that. incredible. >> if you take that and go to separation of church and state the purpose of the bill of rights is protect the right of conscience, worship god, however you want to describe it. when they wrote the first amendment they used both terms. the interesting thing is everything in the bill of rights does not limit -- it limits the government. congress shall make no law to prohibit fair exercise thereof. no individuals are prohibited from anything. congress is told it can't set up a religion and it can't stop anybody from practicing their religion. >> glenn: you can't have a state, when you say protecting the state from a religion, it is that. we can't become a theocracy.
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we don't want the state to tell us how to live our lives in practice worship of god. >> we know founders were religious people and they talked about god in government documents and as well in the private writings. what happened? why is it that god is banished by the government from the marketplace from the public square today? >> there is no mention in the wall of separation in any of the founding dock meants. it comes -- documents. it comes in the next century with thomas jefferson. when it comes, jefferson is talking about protecting the baptist of danberry, connecticut, from interference of the state. not protecting anything from the state. from religious groups. the distortion is absolutely enormous. >> is it fair to say that the drafters of the declaration of independence and the constitution, especially the first amendment, which guarantees freedom of speech and freedom of religion and that the government will not establish or fund a particular religion or force
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a religion on you. these people understood god was part of their lives and would be a part of their lives. they didn't want the government having anything to do with the church. >> they didn't want the government to set up theocracy or established religion. other than that they want christian influence on all part of the united states. >> thank you. glenn says not the big banks bringing us down but the unions. history of labor unions in america is next on the "glenn beck program."
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i'm patti ann browne. $50 billion for infrastructure spending and tax breaks for the middle class and small businesses. that was president obama's message today when he addressed a crowd in ohio. he singled out house minority leader john boehner saying he has failed to offer new economic solutions. in response, boehner said if the president is serious about creating jobs, he will freeze tax rates and cut federal spending. seven people have been arrested by mexico's marines for killing 72 central and south american migrants near the u.s. border. investigators believe they refused to work for a drug gain. for more, visit foxnews.com. glenn beck returns in a moment but first bret baier previews "special report". >> bret: coming up, how would the president plan to let some of the bush tax cuts expire affect small businesses? you will hear from some of
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them. why is ohio such a focus? join me at the top of the hour for "special report." but now, back to glenn beck. ♪ ♪ now back with part iii of the "glenn beck program" five-day back-to-school crash course. tonight, u.s. history as you've never learned about it before. glep feels the unions are misunderstood. they may say they want to help out the little people but if you trace back to their roots they weren't for equal rights for all. >> glenn: real ticking time bomb in this country. unions. not the national debt. no, no, no. it's the debt to the unions and the union workers. pensions. you see, the more things change, the more they stay the same. that is exactly the way people in power like it. you've got to change your perspective and the way to do it is to learn history.
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if i asked you why do we have labor unions, you would say and partly correctly because of out-of-control companies. but if i asked you about the turn of the century and i said tell me what you know about the vanderbilts and the rockefellers and the carnegies, you would probably say, answer yourself now, they're rich. they were robber barrons, industrialists, they were bad guys. now if i said at the same time tell me about the unions, of that time period, you would probably say well, they were for the little people. they were trying to help people, you know, get work and have it be fair. you know, minority groups. irish, black, chinese, everything else. you'd be guessing. that is probably what you believe. crystal clear on the robber barrons i'm guessing.
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why is it that marxist, progressives have history that's fuzzy and happy and the robber barrons are chris call clear in your mind? all you remember about unions is stuff like this growing up. ♪ union label ♪ ♪ >> glenn: look for the union label. when i put the glasses of history on your face, you will not ever be able to think of look for the union label the same way ever again. the dues and your fees and your willingness not to recognize who the unions have been from the beginning are empowering communists, racist and those who will be responsible for destroying our country and then
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monopolizing, coming in and using those events to gain even more power. you have been given kernel of truth or out and out lies. you must understand history to understand the racism of labor unions. don't take what i say as fact. don't take my word for it. do your own homework. it's all there. some of stuff we'll she you we got from the union website. i believe in the american worker. labor union keep the worker quiet giving them insane pension. there is an uncomfortable history. it becomes uncomfortable future in times of trouble. the people in the top have not changed. take you back to this. this is the panic of 1873. european depression hit. major u.s. investment bank
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failed. the credit dried up. foreclosure increase. banks failed as the economic depression swept across the country. the backer of the northern pacific railroad failed and factories closed. thousands of workers lost their job. unemployment grew. this is in san francisco. unemployment in the city hovered around 20%. see if they think any of the possibilities could happen in the future. discontent among jobless grew, as did the support of the labor movement. it was associated with the marxist international association of working men. thousands of disgruntm alled workers gaerted where they denounced capitalist, the newly rich and the favorite scapegoat the chinese workers. in july striking railroad
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workers in pittsburgh did this. this was in baltimore. this was in chicago. this was in west virginia. they clashed with militia and deadly results all across the country. in san francisco, a meeting was held in support of those striking workers. here it is. california working man's party was born in racism. because they found their success in the slogan, "the chinese must go." labor leader dennis kearney incited anti-chinese sentiment and hit on the workers anxieties saying, "we intend to try to vote the chinamen out, to frighten them out. if this won't do it, to kill him out. the heathen slaves must leave this coast." the unions had shown the racist bent before. one of the first union
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labels -- remember i said♪ look for the union label ♪ here is one of the first ones. this is for cigars. cigar was made by white men. this proclamation spelled it out. the labor, labor wanted the chinese out. they were successful. thanks to the efforts of the labor party, 1880, california banned the importation and use of chinese labor. congress did the same thing with the exclusion act of 1882. stopping all chinese immigration for ten years. it was renewed and modified so many times and the policy remained in place until 1943. it was not completely dropped until the 1960s. when they weren't racist. how about when they were threatening? do you remember when i showed you this a few weeks ago?
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this is seiu. seiu protesters on the lawn of bank of america employee. he was not there. his teenage son was home and terrified. let me take you back again to san francisco and 1877. this guy. okay? remember this? 1877. this is the same scene except it's in picture form. because they didn't have video camera. labor leader dennis kearney. and his cronies. they went to the wealthy neighborhoods in san francisco and told at least one meeting, "a little judicious hanging right now, here and now would be the best course to pursue with the capitalist, and the stock sharps who are all the time to robbing us." then he warned railroad work torres fire all chinese laborers. remember judge lynch. that's the labor union.
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it's the same thing. history repeats itself. unless you understand history and you stop it. >> the labor union leadership today would like us to believe it's something to help the little guy. haven't they used strong-arm tactics and even racism to determine who gets in the unions and who gets jobs? >> the racist roots run deep in the union movement. in the black leadership from the time of the civil war and after to world war ii, booker t. washington and w.e.b. dubois are the two most prominent leaders. they didn't agree on much but one thing they did agree on is lunions were bad for -- unions were bad for black americans. they discriminated against them and wouldn't let them in unions and harmed them and killed them. >> again, something we never learned in public schools. >> rarely. unions, you look at the question: are unions good for
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america? is there any unionized industry that flourished? look at the auto worker, the steelworker, the rubber workers and the tire industry. are any of those industries better off in helping america more because of what the unions have done in those industries? >> the answers are obvious. ahead, the mother of birth control. you learned that in school. what you aren't taught she wanted to use birth control to wipe out an entire race. you've never been taught about margaret sanger next. @=h÷
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she's admired by progressives and even by our present secretary of state. glenn doesn't share the same feeling about planned parenthood founder margaret sanger. take a look at the clip and we'll comment on it more after you watch. >> go to margaret sanger. in the history books this is what they say about margaret sanger. she was a princess. she started the first birth control clinic in 1916. we're taught she is champion of women reproductive rights and she coined the phrase "parenthood." in the infancy, she led a radical vision for reforming the world that made common cause with the socialist and the iww in challenging the limits of progressive reform. i don't think that goes far enough. she was correct me if i'm wrong trying to wipe out the,
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"negro race." was she not? >> yes. she started something called the negro project in which she tries to enlist black ministers and get them to go into their neighborhood and tell black people not to reproduce, because they are in her words an unfit group. >> glenn: so she has these horrible, horrible ideas about negros and she says -- i'm using her word "negros." she goes on to say we don't want the negro to know that we're trying to wipe them out. god forbid they catch on. then why does she leave the country? >> she leaves the country, does she not? is she not kicked out to go to europe or she goes over and she learns more subtle way. does she not? >> yeah. >> glenn: right. goes to europe and learns a subtle way.
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eugenics which is very popular and taught just about birth control. when she first starts talking about birth control, it's because she recognizes that her overt racism is not, can't be sold. correct? >> yeah. >> glenn: am i wrong? >> we're leaving out one really important point. she gives a speech to a klan rally in 1926. >> glenn: what does she say? >> well, there is no record of what she said but one person said it was something like we need to get rid of these unfit people. >> glenn: she was also part of the eugenics movement, which was to breed a better person. breed a better voter. >> it was. >> glenn: which led directly, it was the american progressive eugenics movement. that migrated over to europe. >> not all progressives were involved but many were. henry fairfield osborne, madison grant were involved in the eugenics.
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>> glenn: california was involved in it. big-time, were they not? they migrated eugenics over to europe, which there is the idea of the aryan race and the fit society and we'll breed the ultimate race. and led to the gas chambers. >> where does all this start and kind of catch on in europe? public health. they are always claiming this is in the name of public health. we have to make sure that unfit groups don't reproduce because they're damaging public health. it's done in the name of healthcare. >> glenn: margaret sanger idolized in the public school system telling people how to live their lives without having babies. >> reality, vicious racist. >> what we see in the clips and the questions there, margaret sanger is the founder of planned parenthood. they have birth control. it's used to diminish the number of black americans. she wants to reduce their numbers.
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she is a racist, ugenereugenici. >> we know from the clips we saw she affiliated with the k.k.k. and she talked about aborting black babies but we don't know this from the public schools. >> we don't. you are hard-pressed to find a textbook. in that clip, you have larry schweikart. his book is great. try to find another book that gives you the true story of margaret sanger. there aren't many. >> back in a moment.  
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so here is some of what we learned in tonight's crash course. for one, you're not imagining things. history is in fact being distorted and even erased. we learned that woodrow wilson and f.d.r. did more to destroy the constitution than all other u.s. presidents combined. >> glenn: why is it we were never taught that he prolonged the depression? that f.d.r. waged a war against the constitution? what about woodrow wilson? i hate this guy. i don't even want to show his picture. why is it that no textbook
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teaches that wilson was imprisoning americans who spoke out against his war? world war i. or that wilson's high tax policies led to a depression. a depression in 1920 ignored in all of the history books. why is that? >> roosevelt openly mocked the constitution. by calling it a horse and buggy document. we learned that president obama and f.d.r. share a lot in common like choosing to revive the economy with massive government spending. and creating or expanding government entitlement programs. >> in the midst of the great depression, franklin roosevelt signed social security in law laying the cornerstone in the foundation of the middle class. we have an obligation to keep the promise. >> those are things we have to pay for over and over and over again. we learned with the separation of church and state, our founders did want to keep the state out of the church. but not the church out of the state. >> separation of church and
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state, let me go at it another way. number one, the phrase doesn't exist in any constitutional document or government document. we're talking about a metaphor with no place in the constitution except because judges tell us it belongs there. >> certainly not out of the public square. we learn unions weren't always for equal rights for all. >> california working man's party was born in racism. because they found their success in the slogan, "the chinese must go." >> we learned birth control from margaret sanger was partly an idea to get african-americans not to reproduce. so they wouldn't keep having babies. >> she gives a speech to a klan rally in 1926. >> what does she say? >> well, there is no record of what she said, but one person said it was something like we need to get rid of these unfit people. >> find out where we're headed tomorrow next.
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